A unique opportunity to purchase this exceptional and individual motor yacht.
- Year Built: 2011
- Hull Material: Composite
- Builder: Orion Yachting Turkey
- Length: 78.41 ft
- Beam: 6.35 meter
- Min Draft: 1.3 meter
- Max Draft: 1.3 meter
- Length Overall: 23.9 meter
- Length at Waterline: 23.9 meter
- Number of Engines: 2
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Engine Hours: 1174
- Total Power: 760 hp
- Max Speed: 16 knots
- Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Custombuilt motor yacht, designed and built in 2011 in Turkey by Orion Yachting
Hull – cold moulded resin infused, eglass encapsulated
Superstructure and hard top - composite
Deck - composite with teak overlay
Hull and superstructure repainted 2023
Hydraulic steering system
2 x Yanmar 6LY3-UTP 6 Cyl, fresh/sea water cooled diesel engines, 380 HP each Annually serviced
1180 hours run at March 2023 (port engine)
1174 hours run at March 2023 (stbd engine)
36 L/H consumption at 10 knots
10 knots cruising speed
16 knots maximum speed
Gear box with electronic controls
Shaft drive to custom bronze propellers
24 V bowthruster
2 x Lewmar stern electric C4 winch
2 x Quick electric 24 V 2300 W winch for easy mooring
8 x 250 A/H 24 V domestic battery (new 2019/2022)
2 x engine battery
1 x generator battery
1 x bowthruster battery/anchor
2 x 75 A engine alternator
1 x Victron 12 V 25 A engine start battery charger
1 x Victron 24 V 100 A domestic battery charger
8 x semi flexible 250 W solar panel
Outback Flexmax solar controller for solar panel, 80 A
Onan 22.5 KVA generator, 1001 hrs run at March 2023
Shore power and cable
2 x 1265 L fuel capacity (S/S tank)
4 x 675 L water capacity (S/S tank)
665 L grey water capacity (Plastic tank)
600 L black water capacity (Plastic tank)
1 x grey water plastic tank
80 L water heater
Delfin water maker
Eight berths (3 dbles and 2 sgles) in 4 cabins, incl. 2 aft cabins
Crew cabin with 2 sgle berths
Five heads with 4 x Tecma electric macerator Flush and 1 x manual Jabsco WC, 5 x handbasin, 5 x shower
Electric cooker with 4 hobs
Bosch oven with grill
2 x fridge with small freezer in galley
1 x fridge with small freezer in cockpit
Bosch washing machine/dryer
Reverse cycle Climma air-conditioning throughout
Red leather upholstery in saloon
Beige upholstery on deck
Limed teak interior
Raymarine echosounder, log and speed instruments
Raymarine wind instrument
Raymarine GPS and Plotter (chart updated 2018)
All instruments from 2011
All Raymarine instruments are interfaced
Glomex Webboat 4G plus coastal internet dual SIM antenna system for surfing internet up to 20 miles from coast
Seatel ST24 satellite TV antenna
Camera to stern and in engine room displayed on Raymarine
60 Kg Stainless Steel main anchor with 158 m chain
Kedge anchor + aluminium fortress with 100 m warp
Lewmar electric windlass
Lewmar anchor chain counter
2 x carbon monoxide detector
2 x searchlight
2 x Halon automatic fire extinguisher in engine room
7 x manual fire extinguisher
6 x bilge pump
8 x lifejacket
8 x harness
Cockpit sun awning
All over winter cover
Bose surround sound sytem connected to TV
Atlas carbon davit (moveable to bow to store toys on foredeck)
Besenzoni hydraulic passarelle
Stainless steel boarding ladder
Gala A 400 HL aluminium floor dinghy, 2018
Yamaha 4 stroke 40 HP outboard, 2018
2 x Eurovinil Ocean Pack liferaft, 2011
Last serviced in 2023
12 x fender
Cutlery, crockery, utensils
Georg Jensen clock/barometer
5 x sun lounger
6 x fold up director chair
Electric Rams on 3 storage hatches
Mosquito nets to portholes and hatches
Born Slippy was commissioned by an experienced sailing yacht owner and his wife who wished to move up in size. Originally he was looking for a sailing yacht of 80 or so feet but discounted this on grounds of safety with a young family on board and the requirement for a number of crew which he and his wife considered to be too intrusive.
Having realised that a sailing yacht was not going to fit the bill he made a wish list...
After 12 months searching and visiting boat shows and comparing yachts, it became clear that such a vessel did not exist.
The owner became resigned to starting from scratch and designing his own unique motor boat.
Initial design feasibility studies revolved around a flush decked semi-displacement long waterline hull design targeting a smooth ride in choppy seas and fuel efficiency.
Having decided that the project was feasible the Owner visited yards in Turkey where his previous yacht (a Moody 54 sailing yacht) was based and after visiting various yards settled on a ship yard in Gocek (Orion Yachting) and continued the design phase with them.
The team at Orion led by yard owner Levent Ozdemir immediately bought into the concept and their enthusiasm pushed the project forward.
Before deciding on which boatyard to use the Owner had to decide on method of construction. Initially steel was considered but discounted on grounds of weight. Full composite construction was considered but in the end cold moulded wood/composite construction was chosen. Turkey has a ready supply of skilled yards working in wood but Orion impressed with their proposal to build a cold moulded hull encapsulated in eglass with eglass reinforcement where desirable, composite stringers and bulkheads and composite decks and superstructure. An added benefit of this construction method was light weight which fitted the owners plan to keep things light and simple. Orion were also happy to build the hull in wood vacuum bagging the thin wood veneers to ensure resin infusion and an incredibly strong and stiff hull. The wood core also meant that noise and vibration from the engines would be kept to an absolute minimum.
With design settled construction began in Orion's new facility in Gocek near Fethiye Turkey.
Born Slippy was the project name (reflecting her slippery and efficient hull) and the name stuck...she was launched in April 2011 and in sea trials realised her full potential. Her stunning looks stop traffic wherever she slips quietly into port. Her reverse bow narrow waterline beam and extremely long waterline length with light displacement produced some astonishing figures for a boat of this size. She seems happiest cruising at 1700rpm on her twin 380hp Yanmars sipping less than 30 litres per hour at 10 knots. Her range at this speed is over 1000 nm on her 3000 litre tanks. She is quiet and vibration free at this speed with exhaust gasses exiting below the water line to keep her quiet and leave the fumes in her wake away from the occupants.
She has a 1.8kw semi flexible solar array on her hard top with a 22kw Onan generator when needed. The generator is only needed for air conditioning, washing machine, cooking and the water maker with powerful inverters ensuring that all refrigeration, coffee machine, kettle, dish washer and entertainment systems can be run from the battery bank which is topped up by the solar panels managed by an Outback controller.
Extensive insulation materials have been used in the hull and decks to ensure she remains cool below deck. Low energy LED lights are used throughout to minimise heat generation and energy consumption.
Her Atlas carbon davit allows an aluminium hulled rib with a 40hp outboard to be stowed on the bathing platform and a jet ski to be stored on the foredeck.
Born Slippy has been maintained in immaculate condition by her original owner and the team that originally constructed her. She has never been chartered and after a repaint at the end of 2022 season (under the supervision of the original builder) awaits a new owner to explore the Med all over again.
A unique opportunity to purchase this exceptional and individual motor yacht. Built to exacting requirements of an experienced yachtsman, M/Y Born Slippy is well known to us and we will be happy to answer any queries a prospective owner may have. Comfortable, well proven, maintained to the highest of standards, Born Slippy is available now, fully prepared for the coming season. Please contact us for further details, pictures or indeed any information required.
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
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